Export Views to NWC and DWG
Dynamo Player Options
String to filter View name on
Select which Views to export to NWCs
Export may take a long time, so make sure your RVT is saved before running the graph in case the Revit process needs to be killed to save time.
NB: A Navisworks NWC Export Utility needs to be installed from
https://www.autodesk.com/products/navisworks/3d-viewers for the graph to work.
Download Navisworks NWC File Export Utility
NWC format is also useful for online viewing with Autodesk viewers:
By picking a cutting plane, slice multiple conduit by a repeated distance.
Export Wire Pull Schedule
Takes data from two schedules, attempts to find intersections between Conduit and Jboxes, and makes an Excel spreadsheet.
Make a blank spreadsheet in Excel for the initial
Excel File Path input .
Circuiting colors are assigned by 3 options set in the
Circuit Color Option Number input slider (1, 2, or 3) E.G.:
Color Circuit Breakdown
Color Circuit Option 1
Color Circuit Option 2
Color Circuit Option 3
An “H” in the PANEL NAME indicates that it is 277V.
The CIRCUITING INFORMATION “CI#” should be an integer between 1 and 126 or blank.
Wire is specified by an input string. Video Demonstration
“Mark” parameter of Electrical Fixtures as the parameters “LEVEL/AREA” + “-” + “System Name” + ###
Elements are selected by filtering though dialog boxes.
After Video Demonstration
Set Conduit Run ID sequence by selecting an Electrical Fixture to extract its
Mark, then selecting conduits to set their Comments to the Mark value plus a series. It also sets the Comments of all the elements in each Conduit Run. Tagging the selected Conduits is optional.
Can add a suffix .# or leave it at 0 for none
Directions to select in order appear when the top button is pressed
After hitting ESC hit the Set Parameters button
Known Issue: If single Conduit (no connected fittings) are selected, there may be some instability setting Parameters.
Selected Electrical Fixtures and their parameters of “DEVICE ID” and “ROOM #” will be set as the
Room Number input. “DEVICE ID” will be counted up clockwise starting with First Number Suffix input. Selected elements will be Tagged with the default Tag for Electrical Fixtures
After Video Demonstration
Model Conduit between two Electrical Fixtures.
In the Dynamo Player inputs, select 1st & 2nd Fixture, and how you want them connected. Connect directly goes straight from the 1st connector to the 2nd, the X/Y options are for going around corners.
Last Dialog Selections file is a small CSV that saves the previous dialog inputs.
“Comments” parameters for the Conduit Run will be set from the “DEVICE ID” from the first fixture selected.
In the dialog box, select which connector to use from each fixture…
…and which conduit Type and click Model Conduit button
Optional show results dialog Video Demonstration
Split Selected Conduits by Plane
“Conduit Cutter” component may be placed to make a cutting plane
Enter inputs in the Dynamo Player
Select a set of Conduits and run Player